Tunable Giant Exchange Bias in an Intercalated Transition Metal Dichalcogenide

  title={Tunable Giant Exchange Bias in an Intercalated Transition Metal Dichalcogenide},
  author={Spencer Doyle and Caolan John and Eran Maniv and Ryan A. Murphy and Ariel Maniv and Sanath K. Ramakrishna and Yunlong Tang and Ramamoorthy Ramesh and Jeffrey R. Long and Arneil P. Reyes and James G. Analytis},
  journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
The interplay of symmetry and quenched disorder leads to some of the most fundamentally interesting and technologically important properties of correlated materials. It also poses the most vexing of theoretical challenges. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the study of spin glasses. A spin glass is characterized by an ergodic landscape of states - an innumerable number of possibilities that are only weakly distinguished energetically, if at all. We show in the material Fe$_x$NbS$_2$, this… 
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